A thoughtless Tweet could cost you your job

Have you ever regretted sending that last Tweet? Someone I know was offered a really high profile job. Days later however, the content of a rather unfortunate late night Tweet resulted in the offer being withdrawn. Careless? Certainly, but costly consequences like this, whether accidental or from deliberate misuse of social media, are nothing new. … Continue reading A thoughtless Tweet could cost you your job

Moving into management can be a lonely process

By David Green Being good at your job is rewarding; and it is certainly something that employers welcome. So much so in fact that it isn’t unusual for the good worker to become a new manager. After all, the good worker knows the ropes, is clearly capable; and always get results. So surely management material? … Continue reading Moving into management can be a lonely process

A well-planned induction will help new staff to settle

By David Green Some years ago I arrived for my first day at a new job, only to find out that I was being given the extra responsibility of line management. Now this wasn’t in the job description, and was never mentioned during the selection process. What’s more, it was something I’d never done before, … Continue reading A well-planned induction will help new staff to settle

New training consortium?

In order to improve and diversify services to customers, Citrus Consultancy is in discussion with a number of other consultants regarding the establishment of a training consortium. Essentially, a group of experts from a range of fields, all of whom support third sector organisations, will come together as individual associates in order to share their … Continue reading New training consortium?